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Something scary....tis the season to photoshop...

Posted by ashelton80 (My Page) on
Wed, Oct 3, 07 at 21:57

I just got photoshop so i tried my hand at turning my beautiful (and angry looking...it was a sneak pic) girlfriend into a zombie, resident evil style!


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RE: Something scary....tis the season to photoshop...

Eeeewwww! No wonder she was angry. LOL I love Photoshop but I haven't tried that filter yet. How did you get those great black shadows around her eyes? Nice.


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RE: Something scary....tis the season to photoshop...

i cant remember everything that i did, but the black around the eyes was the "render>clouds" on a seperate layer set to soft light or overlay, with the opacity turned down a bit...it gave the rest of it a 'dirty' look too.

i softened it up a bit by duplicating the background layer an using a 15 pix gausian blur, with the layer set to overlay...gave it a creepy effect..:)


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